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Unit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nations

Unit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nations
Unit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nations
Unit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nations
Unit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nationsUnit 16 The association of southeast Asian nations
Unit 16 The association of southeast Asian nations

Unit 16 The association of southeast Asian nations –

Work in pairs. Ask and answer the following questions. I. What does ASEAN Stand for 2. When did Vietnam join this association? Read the passage and do the tasks that follow.The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, was founded on 8″ August, 1967, in Bangkok, Thailand by the five original member countries, namely, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Brunei joined ASEAN in 1984. Vietnam became its seventh member in 1995. Laos and Myanmar were admitted to this association in 1997, and Cambodia in 1999. The main goals of the Association are to accelerate economic growth, social progress and cultural development; and to promote peace and stability through respect for justice, and the rule of law, in the relationship between countries in the region.ASEAN has a population of 575.5 million, accounting for about 8.7% of the world’s population. Its total area is 4,464,322 square kilometres. It is a region of diverse cultures, and people in some countries such as the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia and Singapore speak English besides their own languages. According to the statistics recorded in 2007, billion. This combined GDP grew at an average rate of around 6% per year from 2003 to 2007. The economies of the member countries are diverse, although its major products include electronic goods, oil and wood. The Governments of ASEAN countries have paid special attention to trade. In 2006, the ASEAN region had a total trade of USS 1405 billion. It has been estimated that a free trade area would be established in the region by 2020. The ASEAN leaders have also adopted the ASEAN Vision 2020, which is aimed at forging closer economic integration within the region. The Hanoi Plan of Action, adopted in 1998, serves as the first in a series of planned actions leading up to the realization of the ASEAN Vision.Today, ASEAN economic cooperation covers many areas: trade, investment, industry, services, finance, agriculture, rural development, forestry, energy, transportation and communication, science and technology, small and medium enterprises, and tourism. ASEAN has actively worked to improve the socio-economic situation and solve problems among its member countries.173D3 Task 1. The words in the box all appear in the passage. Fill in each blank with a suitable word.justice accelerate GDP enterprises diverse integration1. 2.5They are demanding equal rights andis the total value of goods and services produced by a country in one year.. Her interests are very. He talked about the of black children into the school system in the Southern states of America. . At present, Vietnam is trying its best to the rate ofeconomic growth.. The road is bordered by shopping centres, restaurants and othercommercialD3 Task 2. Decide whether the following statements are true (T) or174false (F). T F 1. ASEAN was founded in 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand. 2. The ASEAN region has a total area of 4.5 million sq. kilometres, with a population of 575.5 billion.3.4. It had a combined GDP of USS 1282 billion, with agrowth rate of around 6% per year from 2000 to 2004.. The objective of the ASEAN Vision 2020 is to createeconomic integration among the member countries.. The ASEAN Vision 2020 was adopted in 1998.ASEAN has actively contributed to improving the socioeconomic situations and solving the problems in the world.D37 Task 3. Answer the following questions.1. Which countries founded ASEAN’? 2. What are the two main goals of the Association? 3. What was the total trade value of ASEAN in 2006? 4. When was the Hanoi Plan of Action adopted? 5. What sectors does ASEAN economic cooperation include?After you readWork in groups. Summarise the passage, based on the years. 1967, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2007, 2020.B. SPEAKINGD3 Task 1. Work in pairs. Discuss and write down the name of the country and its capital under each national flag.Country: VietnamCapital. Hanoi1. Country: 2. Country. 3. Country.Capital. Capital: Capital. IE4. Country. 5. Country. 6. Country.Capital. Capital. Capital.N7. Country. 8. Country: 9. Country. Capital Capital. Capital.Leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) hold hands as they pose for a group photo before the 13″ ASEAN Summit Plenary session in Singapore,176 D3 Task 2. Work in groups. Discuss and use the information in Task 1 and the facts below to talk about some of the ASEAN countries.Example: Malaysia has a total area of 330,252 sq. km. Its capital is Kuala Lumpur. It has a population of 27, 174,000. The official languages used in Malaysia are Malay, English and Tamil……………………………….Malaysia Philippines Area: 330, 252 sq. km. Area: 300,000 sq. km. Population: 27, 174,000 Population: 88,875,000 Official language(s): Malay, Official language(s): Filipino, English, Tamil English Religion(s): Islam, Buddhism Religion(s): Christianity Currency: Ringgit (mostly Roman Catholic) (Malaysian dollar) Currency: Peso Thailand Singapore Area: 513, 120 sq. km. Area: 704 sq. km. Population: 65,694,000 Population. 4,589,000 Official language(s): Thai Official language(s): Chinese, Religion(s): Buddhism English, Malay, Tamil Currency: Baht Religion(s): Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Christianity Currency. Singapore dollar12-TA12-A 77ןC.LISTENINGBefore you listeno Work in pairs. Ask and answer the following question. Which ASEAN countries use English as a second language? o Listen and repeat. Buddhist Catholic geo-political entity Muslim God predominantlywhile you listenDS Task 1.Listen to the dialogue between Mr Hung and his daughter Nga,178and choose the best answer A, B or C to complete each of the followingSCIntenCCS.1. Nga asked her father about A, the English language spoken in the US B. people who speak English in the UK C. the number of people who speak English in the ASEAN countries2. The ASEAN countries include A. about a quarter of a billion Muslims B. 25 million Muslims C. half a billion Muslims3. Muslims mostly live in A. the Philippines B. Indonesia and Myanmar C. Indonesia and Malaysia4. The main religion in Vietnam is A. Buddhism B. Islam C. Catholicism12-ta2-e5. Mr. Hung thought that A. he himself would wake up late the next morning B. Nga would get up late the next morning C. both of them would wake up late the next morningD3 Task 2. Answer the following questions.1. When will Nga have to submit the essay to her teacher?2. What country has the largest number of English speakers?3. How many people speak English in the ASEAN region?4. In what country in the region is English mostly spoken?5. How many main religions exist in the ASEAN countries and what are they?After you listenWork in groups. In your opinion, what do you think Ngas essay will be about?D. WRITING179 D3 Task 1. Complete the letter of recommendation with the missing sentences in the box.I would like to recommend a well-known place in Vietnam to you.The beach is an ideal place for swimmers. | People here are very friendly and hospitable. It is about 170 km from Hanoi.17 97tay 2005 470o au? -Clinda, 9 m plaad to hea that pinally you have decided to Apend gouaAuruno Dacation in Southeaaf daia. (1) – 9tia at a yong day. ata Jong Bay ia in the nonth of Dietnam. (2) d Aa ay A da oA? touchiata A2 om all’ovo.A the two blad. 9 faa many big and Amaliasota and mountain a twith Apoctacula adoa and photoga. Jhe twoathol and the Aoa and poly Boautiful (3) Jhobe ave a lot o A? hofola anud Ao AtauhanutaI’m sure you will have a wonderful time here in Ha Long Bay.4) Jhoy can Apoaké Pugli Ah ainudthey alo hospAul too.- 9 think you a hould come and Ace it. (5) 9m looking Aouad to healing Ahom you Aoon.’Mouhaaincoholy,Jhuu 70a D3 Task 2. David, your penpal, is going to spend his summer vacation in one of the ASEAN countries. You want him to visit Vietnam. Write aletter to him recommending a significant place you are familiar with.Use the outline below.18OOutline o Salutation e Body: – location – natural features – entertainment – places to visit – food. Closing o SignatureE. LANGUAGE FOCUSontonation: The rising-falling tune o Grammar: Adverbial clause of timeintonation: The rising-falling tune Practise reading these sentences with the rising-falling tone. Notice that prominent words are in capital letters. —” –ܓ 1. Do you live in a HOUSE or in a FLAT2 -* –ܓ 2. Is Jane a TEACHER or a STUDENT – –ܓ Would you like some TEA or COFFEE? ܓ– س Is the baby a BOY or a GIRL? – –ܢܓ Shall we go by BUS or by TRAIN?—” –ܓ Are you COMING or NOT’? – –ܓ Is your sister OLDER or YOUNGER than you? – Do you want to have lunch NOW or wait till LATER2- –ܓ 10. Did ITALY or BRAZIL win the World Cup?3. 4. 5. ܓ– است. 6. Is today TUESDAY or WEDNESDAY? 7. 8. 9.181GrammarExercise 1. Complete each of the following sentences, using a suitable adverbial clause of time in the box. Use each clause once only.while they were on holiday as long as imperialism exists whenever We are in Hanoi after the war was over before you leave as he walked away when I see Mary tomorrow till you get back as soon as she arrives in Ho Chi Minh CityExample: I’ll invite her to our party.When I see Mary tomorrow, I’ll invite her to our party.1. She’ll phone you2. We started rebuilding the country. 3. They met a lot of people4. don’t forget to turn off the lights. 5. I’ll stay 6. We’ll come to see you 7. There is a danger of war8. Tom sanga mery song182Exercise 2. Supply the correct tense form of the verbs in brackets. Example:I’ll help you with your homework as soon as I (do) my own.I’ll help you with your homework as soon as I have done my own.1. When he (arrive), he will tell us about the match.2. Before the head teacher (arrive), I’ll give the guests their tea.3.. Peter and John are going to play tennis tonight. While they (play), we’ll go to the beach.4.Since they (get) married, they have moved the house twice,5. As soon as I (finish), I’ll give you a call.6.After he (graduate) from university, he joined the army.7. Can you look after the children while I (be) out?8… When I (read) this novel, you can have it.183Exercise 3. Combine two sentences, using one as an adverbial clause of time with the given conjunction.Example: You are going to leave soon. You must visit Ha Long Bay before that.You must visit Ha Long Bay before you leave.1. It’s going to start raining. Let’s go out before that. Let’s before 2. I’ll find somewhere to live. Then I’ll give you my address.I When3. He had done his homework. Then he went to bed.After he4. We’ll make our decision. Then we’ll let you know. IS SOO is 5. I left school (3 years ago). I haven’t met them since then.I Since6. Robert was doing the examination. He suddenly began to feel ill during the examination.Robert while7. Kate is going to finish the last semester. Then she’ll comeback home.after184TEST YOURSELF FI. Listening (2.5 points) Listen and fill in the blanks with the information as you hearUNESCO stands for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. It was established on (1) to encourage collaboration among nations in the areas of education, science, culture, and communication. UNESCO had (2) member nations as of 2007. The agency has its headquarters in Paris, France, and operates educational, scientific, and cultural programs and exchanges from (3) field offices worldwide. Projects sponsored by UNESCO include international science programs; literacy, technical, and (4) programs; regional and cultural history projects; and international cooperation agreements to secure the World’s cultural and natural (5) and to preserve human rights.II. Reading (2.5 points) Read the text then answer the questions that follow.More and more women are now joining the paid labour force worldwide. They represent the majority of the workforce in many sectors. Even in countries which have low proportions of Women paid Workers, such as Arab countries, the number of Women who have jobs is rising. In Southeast Asia, women represent up to 80 percent of the workforce in the labour-intensive textile, toy, shoe and electronic sectors. In Latin America and the Caribbean, women make up 70 per cent of the workforce in service industries.13-ta2-A 185186Paid employment has undoubtedly brought economic and social gains to many women. In the past, they were often excluded from many paid jobs and thus economically dependent on their husbands or fathers. Women are now better educated and can promote themselves much more easily than in the past. The access to education and the change in economic status have given women more freedom. There are many famous women in the areas which used to be reserved for men and some Women have even become prime ministers.Margaret Thatcher – Prime Minister Indira Gandhi – Prine Minister of the United Kingdom of India1. Which countries, according to the passage, have low levels of female paid workers?2. In which sectors do you find the majority of Working Women in Southeast Asia?3. What is the percentage of Women who work in the service sector in Latin America and the Caribbean”?4. On whom did women depend economically in the past?5. According to the passage, what are the two factors that give Women more freedom nowadays?13-tA12-B Grammar (2.5 points) Use the following phrasal verbs to complete the sentences below. catch up cool off fall behind give in grow up keep up speak up stay on Wait up watch out 1. He still behaves like a child. I wish he’d grow up. 2. Come to the party on Friday and for the Weekend. 3. I won’t be back until late. Will you for me? 4. He was exhausted but he still kept going. He just wouldn’t5. Please don’t go so fast. I just can’t6. Could you a bit? I can hardly hear you.7. ! Oh dear. Didn’t you see that car coming? 8. You look hot and sticky. Come and sit in the shade and 9. You go on ahead and I’ll10. Wait for me. I don’t Want toWriting (2.5 points)In about 120 words, write about the changes in women’s role in thefamily in comparison with that 50 years ago.The following cues might be useful to you.Education o Economic dependence e Social activities Number of children a Work o Domestic chores187

 

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